How Boraie Development Helps Children Of Diverse Backgrounds See A Free Movie

Boraie Development of New Brunswick, New Jersey, and The Provident Bank Foundation have stepped up to sponsor the Free Summer Movies Series put on the State Theatre. Being reported by New Jersey Stage, this is a program that provides free showing in the summer for six different child-friendly movies. The movies are all G rated and so appropriate for all ages.

 

This program is put on so that children of all different economic backgrounds have the opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy a movie along with their parents and others in the community. Omar Boraie, who serves as a Vice President at Boraie Development, said that his company is happy to support this effort and they like being able to give people, especially the children, the opportunity to catch a movie.

 

The Free Summer Movie Series has been an event for several years. One of the executives at the New Brunswick State Theatre, Anna Marie Gewirtz, said that she expects about 7,500 people will attend free movies this summer. One of the core missions of the State Theatre, she says, is to provide affordable programming that is family-friendly.

 

A spokesperson for the other sponsor, Jane Kurek of The Provident Bank Foundation, released a comment stating who thrilled her team was to sponsor the program and help all types of families receive free entertainment.

 

The historic State Theatre holds 1,850 people. The theatre was recently restored a now features state-of-the-art equipment in order to make the movie-going experience as high-quality as possible. There are two levels of seating at the State Theatre, a lower level and an upper balcony from which people can view the movies. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms for more.

 

Boraie Development has been in business since the early 70’s. It was founded by Omar Boraie who set about on a mission to restore downtown New Brunswick. His company owns and operates a number of high-rise towers around the city. In addition to residences the Boraie Developments buildings also house office and retail space. Visit Fundacity for more.

 

Some of Boraie Development’s high-rises provide luxury housing. Among these is The Aspire which is 17 stories tall. This is a favorite building to live in for those who work in New York City as it is right next to a train station that takes people directly to that city. The rent on a two-bedroom apartment in The Aspire is about $2,800 a month.

 

 

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